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How to Prepare Superfoods...Super Fast (COOKING CLASS)

A PLANT BASED WHOLE FOOD COOKING CLASS

With CHEF ELIZABETH GERMAIN

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TUESDAY, November 13, 2018

6:30 PM – 8:45 PM

Join us for a hands-on, scratch cooking, fun loving, sensory driven experience. You will learn how simple it is to feature nutrient rich foods in easy to prepare dishes. We will focus on developing techniques, the benefits of traditional flavor combinations and why stocking your pantry with quality ingredients are key.

The evening will begin with Chef Germain providing guidelines for preparing each recipe while you sample some superfoods. Then you’ll work together in groups to create each dish. Come prepared to cook! Wear comfortable closed-toe shoes with your hair tied back. The evening will end with us sharing a meal featuring our creations. Go home with recipes, inspiration and strategies for vibrant health.

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Moroccan-Style Red Lentil Soup

Arugula, Radicchio, Escarole Salad

with Fennel, Oranges & Almonds

Quinoa Salad with Beets, Scallions & Herbs

Dark Chocolate Date Walnut Energy Bites (gluten-free)


Private Chef Elizabeth Germain is passionate about ensuring vitality and stress-free meals. She eagerly shares her skills and wisdom garnered over her lifetime. New York City born of Italian descent, Elizabeth’s passion for sustainable cuisine has guided her from organic farms to fine dining restaurants to highend caterers and into celebrity homes for over twenty-five years. She has studied and practiced health supportive cooking, natural healing techniques and yoga for decades. Among her many accolades, hundreds of her recipes and dozens of her articles have been published and featured in Cooks Illustrated, Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street, Natural Health Magazine and Body & Soul Magazine. She has ghostwritten seven books and appeared as a returning guest on Martha Stewart Radio. As a culinary crusader she organized conferences on behalf of Chefs Collaborative, served on the Board of the Northeast Organic Farming Association, and is a past president of Slow Food Martha’s Vineyard. Since relocating to Palm Beach County from Martha’s Vineyard, MA, Elizabeth is growing awareness on how to Re-Charge Your Body and Awaken Your Spirit Together with Good Food and Good Vibes.

Earlier Event: November 2
Dinner with Chef Rick Mace
Later Event: November 28
A Dessert Party (COOKING CLASS)